Gang Stalking . . .

What Is It?

 These gangs are not urban teenage gangs competing over turf. Gang Stalkers fit into two distinct classifications.  First, is the nationwide network of individuals who watch, follow, play dangerous road games, damage or destroy the target's property, and provide episodes of general chaos in stores, parking lots, and on the streets (street theater).  They sometimes douse victims' homes, vehicles, and environs with deadly, untraceable chemicals, and generate low level microwave energy which they direct at the victim.  These individuals, or perpetrators (perps) are directed by the operators who work in huge computer complexes.  Operators are tasked with bringing the victim into line with all the other "sheep" in society.  Microwaves and other forms of directed energy as well as sound waves are tools the operator uses control the behavior and thoughts of the victim. 

     Initially, perpetrator action is so covert, the average individual is totally unaware of being spied on 24/7, being  continuously followed, and being accosted by various energy forms.  Gradually, however, as stalker action grows more overt, and the target begins to believe that all of the seemingly coincidental events plaguing him/her--the fatigue, the mystery maladies, the uncharacteristic behavior--are not coincidental at all.

     Gang Stalkers sensitize the Targeted Individual (TI) to such an extent that eventually he/she suspects everyone and every unusual event as part of the victimization program.  Because the program's existence is kept from the public, when the TI complains to family, friends, acquaintances, law enforcement, law makers, doctors, he/she is deemed mentally ill, though this is rarely the case.  The unabated trauma and physical and emotional stress of the situation is ultimately detrimental to the TI.  In addition, the trauma the victim suffers, partly because he/she does not understand what is happening or why it is happening, and partly because no one believes what the TI tells them, may lead to hospitalization in a mental institution,  suicide or some type of disease.

What Are Its Roots?

    Gang Stalking is a derivative of the 1960's and 1970's COINTELPRO program which the FBI used to spy on, isolate, villify 60's and 70's activists who openly opposed the Vietnam War.  Supposedly, this program, which was modeled on NAZI, STASI, GESTAPO type tactics, was shut down in the mid 70's after investigation by the Senate's Church committee.  However, according to Ted Gunderson, former FBI Chief of the Los Angeles district, the program never  stopped;  it simply became more covert, and as a result of the unlimited "black" funding, exponetially more dangerous.

                              Why Does It Exist?

     There are many theories about why such a program even exists.  Inevitably, these theories share a common thread:  MIND CONTROL.  In his book, Mass Control, the late Jim Keith reveals that using technology to control the masses is the ultimate goal of those in power.  In Controlling the Human Mind, Nick Begich indicates that most of the patents for the emerging technology meant to enhance the human mind and arrest potential diseases that affect the brain have been appropriated by the military.  Thus, ongoing research has been funded by the military and the scope of the research has been classified and kept secret.

     Military interest in mind control technology gained impetus after World War II and the Korean War.  The military supported various programs of human experimentation, among them MK ULTRA  and its many derivatives, to determine a viable delivery system to control the minds of its enemies, real or imagined.

     Since the 1980's, technology has made remote, nonconsensual human experimentation much more feasible.  TI's make ideal subjects for experimentation since their divergent, creative thinking patterns make them more difficult to control.  Experimenters hope to find workable solutions for controlling "those who march to a different drummer," as well as those with "sheeple" mind sets.